Arsenal hosts Chelsea, Manchester United welcomes Norwich in Capital One Cup fourth round

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Arsenal will host Chelsea in the Capital One Cup fourth round, while Manchester United has been drawn at home against Norwich.

FOURTH-ROUND DRAW IN FULL
Sunderland
Leicester
Birmingham
Man Utd
Burnley
Arsenal
Tottenham
Newcastle
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Southampton
Fulham
Stoke City
Norwich
West Ham
Chelsea
Hull City Tigers
Man City


The Red Devils knocked out Liverpool thanks to Chicharito's well-taken goal just after halftime, and their reward is hosting the Canaries, who battled past Watford on Tuesday.

Arsenal was taken all the way to penalties against West Brom at the Hawthorns, but triumphed thanks to Nacho Monreal's penalty. The Gunners will now welcome Chelsea to the Emirates Stadium after the Blues beat Swindon 2-0 24 hours earlier.

Birmingham will play Stoke after beating holder Swansea 3-0 at St Andrews on Wednesday evening.

Hull City Tigers will travel to Tottenham, which beat Aston Villa 4-0 on Tuesday evening, while Newcastle welcomes Manchester City, which was even more impressive in seeing off Wigan 5-0.

Fixtures will be played during the week commencing Oct. 28.

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